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Cernunnos

Cernunnos is a horned god associated with fertility, the and wealth, and especially associated with horned animals like the bull, stag, and a ram-headed serpent. Cerunnos is born at the winter solstice and dies at the summer solstice.

Cernunos : Dieu cornu gaulois de la nature, force virile

"The Horned One" Cernunnos. It is said that wherever Cernunnos laid down to sleep or rest, the grass became lusher and greener, flowers burst into bloom and animals gathered around. A protector to all Forest Creatures.

Cernunnos

God & deer with matching horns. "Cernunnos the horned god, an ancient Celtic symbol found on the druid Gundestrup Cauldron, Denmark, AD"

Il est venu du bois

'It came from the Wood' laser-cut plywood illustration, by Martin Tomsky, via Etsy.

Cernunnos https://wiccane.wordpress.com/2012/04/11/cernunnos-le-dieu-cornu-le-chasseur-la-terre-pere/

Cernunnos : le dieu Cornu, le Chasseur, la Terre-Père

Kernunos by Yannick Germain

Irish Gods and Goddesses List and Descriptions: Cernunnos, the Horned God

Forêt celtique CERNUNNOS Dieu pendentif Cernunn Kernunn Herne Cernunnos collier amulette Talisman

Cernunnos the Horned Celtic God Amulet - Ironside

Masque feuillu

Have a look at this Stone Face Garden Ornament Small Bacchus page from the Green Man Garden Ornaments department at Marble Inspiration

The Gundestrup Cauldron. Solid silver, Celtic in origin, found in a Viking tomb. It boasts this iconic image of Cernunnos, the Horned God.

Cernunnos, the horned god of Celtic polytheism. Detail of the antlered figure depicted on the Gundestrup Cauldron, 200 AD.

The 1st century B.C. ritual cauldron was found in the Danish bogs and depicts Cernunnos, Celtic god of the hunt, with animal symbols of power, magic and fertility.  It is an extremely important artifact in deciphering many aspects of Celtic mythology.  This is the most commented upon panel of the cauldron in that it includes many intriguing hints about Celtic beliefs, not the least being the inclusion of Cernunnos, the antler-headed god.

from the Celtic Gundestrup cauldron, showing Cernunnos the Celtic version of Shiva.

Celtic Dog

Celtic Dog, hand painted and handmade cast paper sculpted wall hanging by Kevin Dyer

Cernunnos the stag Lord. Lord of the under world. Associated with shamans and mystics.

ANNWFN , was the chthonic kingdom of the otherwordly sylvan hunter , Arawn .

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